Interspinous process posterior arthrodesis.

Finding relief through minimally invasive options.

A Minimally Invasive Fusion Solution

The Interspinous Process Posterior Arthrodesis procedure is a minimally invasive technique designed to provide relief for specific spinal conditions.

Why Choose Interspinous Process
Posterior Arthrodesis?

Patients who may benefit from this procedure typically experience:

  • Lumbar Spinal Stenosis: This condition involves the narrowing of the spinal canal in the lumbar region, leading to compression of the spinal cord or nerves, often causing lower back and leg pain.
  • Degenerative Disc Disease (DDD): DDD is characterized by the degeneration of spinal discs, resulting in back pain, frequently radiating into the legs.
  • Spondylolisthesis: This condition occurs when one vertebra slips forward over the one below it, causing lower back pain and potential nerve compression.

Key Benefits:

Minimally Invasive

Unlike traditional open surgeries, this procedure requires only a small incision, minimizing tissue damage and leading to faster recovery times.

Pain Relief

By stabilizing the interspinous processes, this procedure aims to alleviate the pain associated with the aforementioned spinal conditions.

Preservation of Range of Motion

Unlike some fusion procedures, this technique aims to preserve the natural range of motion in your spine, allowing you to continue moving comfortably.

Shorter Hospital Stay

Many patients can return home the same day or after a brief hospital stay, minimizing disruption to daily life.

Tailored Approach

The procedure can be tailored to each patient's specific needs, with individualized treatment plans.


Introducing an innovative interspinous-interlaminar fusion device meticulously crafted to provide stabilization and fusion of the lumbar and sacral spine. Designed for posterior non-cervical spine attachment at the spinous processes, this groundbreaking device offers a path to relief when used in conjunction with bone graft material placed within it. It achieves immobilization, stabilization, and fusion of spinal segments, ultimately enhancing your spinal health. This device boasts a threaded core post for optimal placement and comes individually packed, ready for sterile deployment.

Implant Features:

  • Full Control Over Implant Wings: Empowering physicians with the ability to deploy and retract the wings intraoperatively, ensuring precise placement and adjustment.
  • Single Piece Implant Body: Minimizes the device profile, eliminating the need for removing a portion of the threaded body and streamlining the implantation process.
  • Engineering: Enhances biomechanical stability, particularly in response to axial rotation and lateral bending loading.
  • Lower Profile: Compared to similar devices, enabling insertion through a smaller diameter sleeve from the MIS Lateral approach.
  • Grafting Features: Promotes bone on-growth and fusion, maximizing bone-implant contact area for enhanced stability and fusion support.
  • Safer Zone: A posterior approach is positioned above the facet joints, avoiding neural and vascular structures, ensuring surgical safety.
  • Minimally Invasive: Offering an alternative to traditional pedicle screws and other spinous process plates, reducing surgical invasiveness. Eliminates the need for dissection of healthy tissue, with no requirement for neural monitoring.
  • Anatomic Preservation: Preserving local anatomy to maintain spinal stabilization, contributing to post-surgical comfort.
  • Large Grafting Capability: Facilitating the straightforward placement of bone graft material, a key element in facilitating posterior fusion.
  • Adapts to Anatomy: A range of sizes, accommodating variations in patient anatomy and ensuring a tailored fit.
  • Sterile Packed: Ensuring patient safety and compliance with stringent hospital standards.
  • MR Conditional: This implant is considered MR Conditional, allowing patients to undergo specific MRI scans safely. For precise conditions, please refer to the MRI Safety guidelines.

Indications for Use

MIS Fusion Devices are typically intended for use at a single level in the non-cervical spine (T1-S1). It is designed for plate fixation/attachment to spinous processes to achieve fusion in conditions such as:

  • Lumbar spinal stenosis
  • Degenerative disc disease (DDD) characterized by discogenic back pain with degeneration confirmed by history and radiographic studies
  • Spondylolisthesis

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